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This category is dedicated to celebrate the achievements of youth in the country by doing something peculiar. Doing this will inspire more youth to move from the comfort zone to do something extraordinary to better their lives and the society as a whole. It gives people platform to share their life changing experiences.

Gender Equality: A one sided ‘Tug of War’

The fight for gender equality has long been overstretched and often been skewed towards one gender in recent times. The quest to have an egalitarian society has often been misunderstood in recent times to rather mean the upliftment of the status of women only. Women empowerment and Feminism feminism seem …

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A product of PRESEC LEGON breaks wheel with First Class Honours after 7 years of this Herculean Academic Struggle

After a seven – year struggle in obtaining First Class Honours by students in the Food Process Engineering Department at the School of Engineering Sciences, University of Ghana, Legon, a very young man has successfully replenished the faith of fulfilling students’ dreams. Mr. Roland Annor Botchway who is a quondam …

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Celebrating Ms. Esther Dede Lawer, a Ghanaian youth icon at International Model United Nations 

Women empowerment is a positive step to enhance their meaningful contribution to national development. This is because educated women would naturally invest more resources in their families and children to attain higher heights in future. Therefore, women must be encouraged to have access to formal education which is the sure …

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Celebrating Mr. Osei-Owusu Franco, a Great Leader with Perseverance

“A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying” – B. F. Skinner. It is ecumenically acknowledged that leadership is the cause and every other thing is effect. Inasmuch as the statement is …

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Celebrating an incredible Woman in Leadership Ms. Kwamu Eunice Kunkei,who is Fighting illiteracy in Africa

Women’s roles are indispensable in the development of every nation. Therefore, the government in a country must endow women with an equal opportunity to compete with their fellow men in order to facilitate the development of the country. Doing this would undoubtedly upgrade the status of women in leadership positions …

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Excelling as a woman demands creativity and outstanding qualities-Ms. Araba Sey

Miss Esther Araba Sey is popularly known as Araba Sey, a young lady growing very fast in the modeling industry. Ms. Sey is a former delegate of Miss Malaika 2016. She has worked so hard to break barriers so as to work with international photographers like Steve Ababio, Bob Pixel, Kelechi …

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Celebrating Ms. Emelia A. Mesetorwo, a selfless and noteworthy woman in Leadership

There are many women with the requisite capacity to participate in nation building but have fallen back and not shown interest in the governance process. Those who are given the opportunity to assume key positions, the country benefits because they are good managers, and as such manages the resources of …

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Celebrating Mr Akwasi Boakye, soon-to-be diplomat and a Lawyer

The youth should be trained, prepared and motivated to become real engines of progress in the Country. Therefore, the youth as an important human resource with the potentials to contribute significantly to national development must be provided with the appropriate facilities and structures to get them abreast with modern knowledge. …

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Celebrating Mr. James Owusu Nantwi, the future MCE to Kwadaso Municipality

Change Agent Media believes all public appointments from boards, commissions, educational institutions and district assemblies among others must be reserved for the youth under 35 years. This will serve as a critical step in equipping the youth to learn and also lead as well. By doing so, giving the youth …

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Celebrating Ms. Regina Okyere Darko, an extraordinary woman in Leadership

Ghanaian youth care about democracy and want to actively contribute but space must be created for them to enable them do this properly. More especially young women who express significantly less interest in public affairs than young men. Leadership is very paramount to national development, therefore, our leaders must make …

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